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Ken Canedo to Present Reading Session

1/22/2009 - 4:01 PM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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PORTLAND, OR (JANUARY 22, 2009) - Join Catholic music pioneer Ken Canedo as he presents the traditional and contemporary music from his new collection, Doxology. Through prayer, song and spiritual discussion, Ken will explore the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity in this special OCP Reading Session.

A Reading Session isn’t simply learning about the music – it’s learning the music itself. You’ll enjoy fascinating reviews of composer notes and choir technique, plus the opportunity to discuss the history and meaning of each song. Reading Sessions add a spiritual dimension to the music that you’ll carry with you long after you leave.

The $15 registration fee includes the Doxology octavo packet.

Saturday, January 24, 2009
10:00a-noon
St Clare’s Catholic Church - 8535 SW 19th Avenue, Portland (map)

Reserve your spot now!
Contact Laure Krupp
503.460.5321 or events@ocp.org

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OCP
http://www.ocp.org/events/3057  OR, 97239 US
Laure Krupp - Formational and Product Event Specialist, 503 460.5321

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